|Double Dutch by Fritz Alkemade |
Starring Dutch magician, Fritz Alkemade, Double Dutch is a collection of commercial magic that is strong, interactive and fun. Five years after his debut and featuring 10 brand new routines from his current working set and running at just over 1.5 hours, Fritz Alkemade returns with an assortment of versatile close-up magic you'll enjoy performing for your audience.
On this DVD, Fritz explains effects from his Magic Castle act, as well as his tricks published in the major magic magazines. With live performances and detailed explanations, you'll be able to learn and perform Fritz's twists on these routines.
If you're looking for practical and fun magic with high entertainment value and audience participation, look no further. This is Double Dutch.
High Roller Coaster
The serial number of a borrowed bill is written on a coaster. This bill vanishes magically. After a guessing game with the coasters, the bill appears inside the coaster with its serial number written on it. Andi Gladwin wrote: "It's an almost-impromptu trick that is perfect for bar magicians or impromptu performances."
Word of The Day
A favorite of Fritz: your word of the day and the participant's word of the day switch places in a magical way. Ravi Mayar called it a piece of incredible magic.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
A funny, interactive, motivated routine with money. This is Fritz's preference to get donations when performing bar magic.
King of my Castle
Inspired by Chris Mayhew and Luke Dancy, this entertaining routine is a handling of the Sandwich plot but with a twist.
Designed for the strolling magician, Fritz shares a Monte routine that you can adapt to any occasion (including an impossible finale).
Two coins are signed and fused together. A practical approach to this plot -- John Guastaferro said this trick is a keeper.
Late Night Aces
Did you say you wanted another amazing Four Ace production? This is a fun way to introduce a four of a kind.
W.T.F. A.K.A. Walk around Travelers Finale
Four cards are signed and lost in the deck. One at a time, they are found in a fair way, with an ending you didn't see coming.
A participant holds your business card. You burn and tear another one of your business cards. As in traditional voodoo, the participant's business card has a burn and a tear in the exact same place as yours. Spooky...
This is the closer of Fritz's Magic Castle act. An impressive multiple selection and revelation with a surprising finish!